*** This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2014.02.08 ***
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Taken 10 days apart.
The wood is clear between the knots.
Very inspiring Wormsmeat. Ironic, that I took a similar image this week and will post it later if I find time to process it.
I took a couple of pictures in the 'flooded' town where I live. When I viewed them on my monitor I found, to my dismay, that there was a wire mesh fence running across them. The only thing for it was to clone it out, which took days! Is the image worth the effort and should I bother with the second one?
They are both nice images and I like the tree reflections in the second one. I wouldn't say you wasted your time.
The colour picture is lovely, to make it perfect it need a little old lady sitting on the bench and looking out of the picture! IMHO
I've been frustrated that wildlife always seems out of reach so I purchased a new lens. Ironically this winter has had record snowfalls and wildlife is scarce so I had to settle for domestic animals.
The Royal Botanical Gardens (www.rbg.ca) has a wonderful set of trails near my house, and I finally got out yesterday to play with my E-M1 and 12-40.
This was also my first chance to try Silver Efex. Hopefully I didn't over-process.
As per this thread
Went back today. It's now been unloaded and is sitting on a barge at Dock 1, where it will live for 6-12 months (hopefully) while everyone figures out where to put it permanently.
Very nice. We have the opposite problem. Rain for 2014 so far = 10mm.
All "Smoke and Mirrors" in the normally closed Edwardian Toilets on Park Row, Bristol. Magnificent art space with two very different galleries....one for Gentlemen and the other for Ladies.
This is the Gents
and this is..... wait for it...
Despite previous claims that I was going to reduce my post processing here are some of my most processed photos yet
Unusual presentation, doubling up with the blue cast on the left.
Lovely part of the world. Errr, where is it?
I really like that top photo..
|Louvre Museum pyramid by Didier Quan|
|Oka Frozen Leaf 2002 DP by MarioSS|
from The Dead Leaves of Winter